Sandra J. McCormick,
MSSW, MHA, FACHE
President & CEO
Sandra McCormick founded World Services of La Crosse in 2001 as a continuation of the La Crosse International Health Partnership she led for nearly ten years as vice president of community and regional services and development at Gundersen Health System. She has traveled extensively in her work and forged numerous relationships and partnerships with people around the world. She has been recognized locally, statewide and nationally for her personal and professional contributions. Her many affiliations include serving on the national boards of directors for Sister Cities International and Sister Cities Foundation.
Mary A. Anderson, RN
and Nursing Consultant
Prior to the founding of World Services of La Crosse, Mary Anderson served as director of emergency services and later as associate nursing director at Gundersen Health System. Her international work began in 1991 as part of an emergency medical services training program with Russia and Ukraine, and she has been traveling ever since, coordinating training and other programs to improve healthcare in several Eurasian countries.
Maureen Jameson has served as operations director at World Services of La Crosse since 2002. During that time, she has designed and facilitated numerous projects, managed millions of grant dollars and successfully helped shape much of World Services' international work. Prior to joining the organization, she directed corporate research, planning and development at Gundersen Health System. She has particular expertise in change management, generating creative ideas and problem-solving.
Deborah Lutjen serves as project coordinator, planning and coordinating all facets of exchange programs for international health, social service, business, judicial, governmental and NGO (non-government organization) professionals in Western Wisconsin and numerous cities in 25 states. She holds a master's degree in public health and has a great deal of experience in facilitating action planning sessions for international visitors.